An In-depth Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method
of Awareness Through Movement
Facilitated by Zoran Kovich MSc
Feldenkrais Method teacher 1991
Certified Feldenkrais Method Trainer
Educational Co-Director of Feldenkrais training programs
In this innovative public workshop you are invited to engage deeply with essential ideas and learning processes described by Moshe Feldenkrais in his popular book ‘Awareness Through Movement’. Over five days you’ll immerse yourself in different Awareness Through Movement lessons, each offering a unique opportunity to know yourself better. Experiences arising each day through attending closely to yourself will illuminate how you enact your intentions – a vital step towards creating new choices. You’ll develop new perspectives on what comfort, ease and elegance mean in relation to human action, as well as learn skills to take back not your workplace, home and life. Most important, you’ll gain insights into what can be accomplished by assuming that we all can improve and thrive through self-directed learning.
Zoran Kovich has been learning and practicing methods of somatic education for 35 years. In 1988 he commenced professional Feldenkrais Method studies offered through La Trobe University, and from late 1989 began teaching Awareness Through Movement. Since 1990 he has been lecturing in higher-education performing arts programs.
Zoran’s understanding and teaching of the Feldenkrais Method is vitally enriched by his academic studies in Philosophy/History, Cognitive Science, and the Performing Arts, as well as many years of experience as a martial artist, and then as a professional dancer. He manages the Mindful Action Studio in North Sydney, and is currently the Educational Co-Director of two Australian Feldenkrais training programs.
5 Day Program
Wed. 24 to Sun. 28 July 2019
10am to 4pm each day (1 hour lunch break included)
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Early Bird Enrolment $585 (received by 10 May 2019)
Full Enrolment $685
Concession Enrolment $350 (seniors card, full-time students, unemployed)